Ringside Report Reviews Manifesto on Netflix – Entertainment News – RingSide Report

By Janet Grace

Imagine a plane ride that includes more horrible turbulence than you’d like, with everyone cheering like they do in the Caribbean once the plane lands.

Imagine a multitude of ambulances, police cars and a stunned world awaiting your arrival.

Imagine being told that you have arrived five and a half years into the future and that your life as you knew it was gone.

That’s exactly how this supernatural drama series begins. So much happens with the second 192 passengers, 193 if you count the stowaway, disembark. Each episode dives deeper and deeper into the mysterious controversies involving each of the passengers.

The main characters are a semi-numerous family, three who opted for that flight and four who didn’t, plus a nation of people, all searching for answers as to why all the passengers are experiencing psychic abilities, they referred to as “Calls”.

From Angels to Demons, these passengers and those around them are either loved or feared and targeted by many – just for existing.

I couldn’t help but notice the similarities each episode has with our political situations around the world. I wonder if it was done on purpose, tongue in cheek, or just a coincidence. I’ll let you decide.

This series first started on NBC in 2018. It ended after its third season, and thankfully Netflix, taking advantage of yet another opportunity, scored big by picking it up and giving us all closure.

Like “Ozark,” the fourth season has been split into two, with the first part available in the first week of November 2022.

It’s not over yet. More to come. He left us all to speculate what will happen.

Here’s to hoping that good will triumph over evil, considering the spiritual aspect of it all (similar to Stephen King’s “The Stand”) hits us in the face with a frying pan somewhere in the middle of the series.

I found the entire series extremely addictive and I had to break myself to come back to my own reality, but I couldn’t help but think about what’s next between viewings. I hurried through my daily activities to watch or just listen, as people did before television, while vacuuming, driving, etc. If you don’t mind diving deep into everything you’ve ever thought about, jump in.

Created by Jeff Rake.
Melissa Roxburgh
Josh Dallas
Athena Karkanis
JR Ramirez
Luna Blaise
Jack Messina
Parveen Kaur
Matt Long
Holly Taylor
Daryl Edwards
Ty Doran

IMDb rated it 7.1/10.

Rotten Tomatoes gave it 73%.

I really enjoyed it and can’t wait for the second part of the final season to drop so give me a 9/10.

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